Question about Intermatic FD60MWH - Spring Wound Auto-Off Timer - Hold Feature - 60 Min. T
I am replacing a switch on my bathroom fan for a timer. What should I attach the ground wire to?
Ground wires are normally attached to the electrical conduit or box grounded means to earth in electrical terms so any ground terminal available can be used hope this helps
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
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